Treatment of breast cancer using herbs

Breast cancer is similar to most other cancers, in that the cells grow rapidly and without stopping. This growth becomes cancerous when it starts uncontrollably. In breast cancer, the cancer usually starts as a small tumor growing inside a woman's breast or in the cells nearby.

Breast cancer is easily treatable when detected early. Survival chances depend on the stage of the disease, and if the cancer cells haven't spread, they are usually successfully treated before they cause serious harm. Despite the availability of treatments for breast cancer, it remains deadly and is one of the leading causes of death in women, second only to lung cancer. Once the cancer cells spread, recovery becomes more difficult, and doctors use a staging system to determine the extent and severity of breast cancer.

How can you detect breast cancer? You might notice changes in your breast every month, which intensify during menstruation. Most lumps you find in your breasts are not cancerous but are called benign tumors. However, if you notice a lump that doesn't disappear after your next menstrual cycle, or if you observe worrying symptoms, you should contact your doctor immediately. The doctor will examine your breast and either reassure you or explain the treatment plan if needed. You should also know that breast cancer is confirmed by a mammogram, which can detect tumors even before you feel a lump in your breast.

Which areas of the breast are most susceptible to cancer? Most breast lumps form in two places:

  • Breast gland lobules: These are small pockets that produce mother's milk. This type of breast cancer is called lobular cancer.
  • Ducts that carry the milk to the nipple, and this type is called ductal cancer. Cancerous tumors are called malignant tumors. Cancer cells grow incessantly, can invade nearby tissues, and have the potential to spread to other organs. Once they grow to a certain size, they become more capable of producing cells that spread to other parts of the body, which happens through the blood circulation and lymphatic system. Breast cancer types vary and spread at different rates, explaining the importance of early examination when you suspect something abnormal.

Who is most susceptible to breast cancer? Two-thirds of women diagnosed with breast cancer are over 50, but younger women can also get breast cancer. Men can also develop breast cancer, but it's 100 times less common than in women. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women, and if eight women are expected to live to at least 90, one of them is expected to develop breast cancer at some stage of her life.

What are the treatments for breast cancer?

  • Local treatments: This involves surgical intervention to remove the cancerous tumor, depending on the type of breast cancer and its stage of development.
  • Systemic treatments: This involves using medications given orally or through intravenous injections, depending on the type of breast cancer. The medications include chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, or drugs targeting changes in cancer cells.
  • Common treatments: Typical treatments are based on a treatment plan depending on the type of breast cancer, its stage, and any special conditions. The treatment plan also depends on other factors, including overall health and personal treatment preferences.

However, a new dawn for treating breast cancer without these mentioned methods is emerging through herbal treatment. DXN company has produced many herbal products that help boost the body's immunity and resistance to such malignant cancers and treat many other diseases.

For example, Ganoderma lucidum (red mushroom, Reishi mushroom) is considered the elixir of life, helping the body detoxify, boost immunity, and harmonize the functioning of bodily organs.

Breast cancer has been healed after consuming Ganoderma in intense doses for two months: A woman suffering from breast cancer, which had worsened to the point of spreading to the bones and completely immobilizing her, coupled with severe pain, was lucky that her digestive system wasn't affected by this terrible disease. She could consume Ganoderma (Reishi) and started with a dose of 6 grams daily, which she increased to 20 grams daily. She was completely cured of breast cancer, the pain disappeared, she began to move and walk, and she was discharged from the hospital after fully regaining her mobility.

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